The eyes, nose, tongue, ear and skin are the organs that collect information about our environment and help protect the body because they "warn" what is happening around.
Studying the planet as a whole is complicated. To do this, it is divided into terrestrial spheres. The spheres are four: Hydrosphere, Geosphere, Biosphere and Atmosphere.
The effects caused by the forces are used to identify them. If you pay attention to an object on which forces are exerted, you will observe only one effect. For example, we notice that the object moves, breaks or deforms.
The solar system is a planetary system formed by the Sun and the celestial bodies that orbit around it, including our planet Earth. There are many other solar systems in the Universe.
Even with the most advanced technology, we can only see a small part of the Universe. It is called the observable Universe, and it is the part of the Cosmos whose light has had time to reach us.
The digestive system is a set of organs located one after the other in charge of the digestion process.
The atom is the smallest particle into which an element can be divided without losing its chemical properties. Atoms are microscopic.
The Nervous System controls and coordinates the human body. It is a complex network of nerves and cells that carry messages between the brain and spinal cord to all parts of your body.
The microscope is an instrument that allows you to place an object, illuminate it and obtain a larger image of it.